|Animal by-products (ABPs): origins, uses, and European regulations - Raffaella Leoci|
In theory, about 95% of one animal is usable. The remaining 5% is processing losses. From that 95%, about 55% (on average) of the animal is used for edible products and the remaining 45% is inedible by-products. The world production of ABPs derived from the meat and animal production industries is approximately 60 million tons per year. It has been estimated that more than 10 million tons of products not destined for direct human consumption, derived from healthy animals, are produced in the EU ...
Keywords: animal by-products; products; animal; food; medical; pharmaceutical; edible; inedible; organs; animal
|1958 Kodak Commercial - ''Make Your Family Movie Stars''|
A 1958 television commercial for Kodak's cheapest (at the time) 8mm home movie camera.
Keywords: 1958; TV; Television; Classic TV Commercial; Kodak; Eastman Kodak; Old; Inedible; Not New
|1956 Hotpoint Dish-Washer commercial|
A 1956 commercial for a Dish-Washer made by Hotpoint, featuring several gimicky features sometimes seen in the 1950s. Taken from a show with less than 6 minutes of advertising during the entire show.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Classic TV Commercial; 1950s; 50s; Inedible; Not Food
Downloads: 2,744 (2 reviews)
|1969 Head and Shoulders Shampoo commercial|
A classic 1969 television commercial for "Head and Shoulders" anti dandruff shampoo. This commercial was taken from a prime time show. The commercial was already out-of-date when it aired.
Keywords: 1969; TV; Television; Classic TV; Classic TV Commercial; 1960s; 60s; Sixties; Shampoo; Inedible; Not Food
Downloads: 3,950 (2 reviews)
|1957 Commercial for Kodak Brownie Home Movie Camera|
A 1957 Commercial for the Kodak Brownie Home-Movie camera. Like many brownie products of the time, it was inexpensive, but far less advanced than the more expensive models. Nevertheless these helped increase photography to a amazing degree.
Keywords: 1957; Cheap; Old; Commercial; TV; Television; Classic TV Commercial; 1950s; 50s; Inedible; Not Food; Kodak; Home Movie Camera
|Circa 1953 ''Paper-Mate Pen and Ink'' Commercial (90-Second Ad)|
Another classic TV commercial. This 1953 ad for "Papermate Pen and Ink" runs for about 90 seconds and promotes that the ink is "permanent on Paper, washes out on cloth" and that the pens are "Approved by Bankers and School Principals". The last part of that is a reference to the show it comes from, which itself is PD and can be found under the episode-title "Leave it to Stu". As per usual network practices, the episode contained about 24-26 minutes of show and about 3-4 minutes of advertising.
Keywords: Classic TV; TV; Television; Classic Television; Commercial; Pen; Pens; Ink; Product; Products; Inedible; Advertising; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties
|1965 TV-Commercial for ''Brylcreem'' (Men's hair grooming product)|
A vintage television commercial (circa 1965) for a men's hair grooming product called "Brylcreem". This 1960s commercial appears to be intentionally silly.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties TV; Television; Commercial; Advertising; Inedible; Hair; Silly; WTF; Retro; Product
Downloads: 3,475 (1 review)
|Noxzema ''Skin cleanser'' Commercial (Circa 1965)|
An old commercial, probably from 1965, for a skin cleanser called "Noxzema". This commercial is as average as a mid-1960's commercial can get. In other words, a standard, ordidary, run-of-the-mill skin-care commercial. Nothing special. At all.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Commercial; Advertising; Product; Skin; Clean; Cleanser; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; Inedible; 1965; Forgettable
Downloads: 2,356 (3 reviews)
|1956 Commercial for Kodak with cuddly Dog|
A 1956 commercial for Kodak with a cuddly dog. Promotes the various methods of photography around for casual use.
Keywords: 1956; TV; Television; Classic TV; Classic TV Commercial; 1950s; 50s; Film Photography; 126; Old; Photo; Photos; Dog; Dogs; Not Food; Inedible
Downloads: 1,957 (1 review)